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Topic - Joyce Fogg
Most federal employees who filed for unemployment compensation while they were furloughed are being asked to pay that money back, now that Congress and President Obama have agreed to pay all of those workers for their time off.
Joyce Fogg, spokeswoman for the Virginia Employment Commission, said the agency will be able to track down federal employees who got benefits.
"We know — it's like any other overpayment," she said. "They'll be notified by letter that this is an overpayment and they'll have to repay it."